As it stands, reverse innovation is an emerging field that could change the way business is done.
"(I)n this season of good will and gluttony, we are called to worry, by the Obama administration, about obesity among our young." Read more »
There is much to criticize about public policy and governmental officers, and sometimes facets of our culture and system. But, at this Thanksgiving time, it is appropriate to take a few minutes and... Read more »
As the years rolled by, I’ve watched the health care industry begin to undo health care itself. Read more »
Researchers are linking gratitude to better physical and mental health and to reduced levels of stress and anxiety. Read more »
Given the massive fossil fuel reserves in Utah, the SIP will likely leave us in the same place or worse, unless the Department of Air Quality requires more stringent regulations. Read more »
As we enter this holiday season and reflect on the many ways in which we, as Utahns, are a blessed people, I urge that we not forget those who are less fortunate. There are many among us who struggle. Read more »
President Obama's presidency is slowly dissolving into something remarkably similar to Jimmy Carter's presidency. Read more »
China remains a colossus, but its future is increasingly clouded. Read more »
As Congress counts only a few working days remaining in its year, the momentum toward intelligence reform has slowed. Read more »
Obamacare is good in theory, but it needs to be amended. Small business owners are against it for a reason; it will impede growth. Read more »
Congressional Democrats are White House poodles. They also are progressives and therefore disposed to favor unfettered executive power. Republicans are supposed to be different. Read more »
Fifty years ago, millions of Americans and I were deeply saddened by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The news of his death was unbelievable. In the years that followed, it seemed as if the ship of state had been cut... Read more »
While the governor believes health care is not a “right,” it is a moral issue — how a society cares for each other. Lost in the decision-making is the compassion the faith... Read more »
What could make Utah conservatives and nationally known liberal activists to join hands in defense of a convicted drug dealer? Read more »
But the union sleight-of-hand runs much deeper. By avoiding federal labor laws, such as the National Labor Relations Act, worker centers are permitted to engage in perpetual warfare against their... Read more »
Do not demand antibiotics when they are not medically indicated. You will want them to work when you really need them. Read more »
I don’t deny that a carbon tax wouldn’t be a financial burden on Americans in these trying times, but it is crucial that the U.S. government implements this tax for households,... Read more »
He has become fodder for an interpretation industry toiling to make his life malleable enough to soothe sensitivities and serve the agendas of interpreters. The quantity of writing about him is... Read more »
Is it possible to return to an era when Americans believed in their government, as well as other institutions? Can confidence, once lost, be regained? Read more »
For those who expect and fear an irrepressible conflict between the tea party and the Republican establishment, Sen. Mike Lee of Utah is a hopeful anomaly. Read more »
Families living with ASDs have unique stresses. Many parents even report having to stop work to care for their child with an ASD. Read more »
China is finally easing up on it's one child policy, but it just might be too little too late. Read more »
Over the years, I have friends explain different formulas for how they tackle charity. I don’t have one. I operate on instinct, a relatively good heart and a smidge of disbelief. Read more »
Let's recap: If you like your insurance policy, you can keep it. No, wait. If you liked your policy, it was probably worthless anyway. Scratch that. Read more »
The Department of Labor’s sleight of hand on this “myth” pales in comparison to its academic malpractice on the question of minimum wages and employment. Read more »
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As it stands, reverse innovation is an emerging field that could change the way business is done worldwide. Read more »
The deep freeze gripping Utah has certainly not iced up political discussions. Our thoughts on current issues. Read more »
All families deserve access to affordable coverage. Health care in America should not be a privilege only for those wealthy enough to afford the continually rising costs. Read more »
Better diplomacy than war, say Obama's apologists, an adolescent response implying that all diplomacy is the same, as if a diplomacy of capitulation is no different from a diplomacy of pressure. Read more »
As the government health care website chugs along, the Obama administration has initiated a counter-initiative to combat Republican naysaying -- and its weapons are of superior grade. Read more »
Andrew Morriss: No, Congress should not move quickly to pass comprehensive climate change legislation
Congress should not waste time debating a comprehensive climate change legislation in the coming year Read more »
Michael E. Kraft: Yes, Congress should move quickly to pass comprehensive climate change legislation
Yes: Sweeping action shows the world that Ameirca is serious about deteriorating climate. Read more »
The logic of nuclear deterrence has not yet failed in the 64 years since the world acquired its second nuclear power. Containment is the least awful response to Iran's coming nuclear capability. Read more »
Finally, we are ready for the type of future George Jetson taught us to expect, but with a twist. George never had to worry about someone hacking Rosie, his maid, and getting her to steal his... Read more »
Senator Todd Weiler is considering proposing a constitutional amendment to make the attorney general's office an office appointed by the governor. That would be a mistake. Read more »
There is no question that voters were stripped of their right to participate in a fair and honest election when Swallow was elected. Voters deserve restitution. Read more »
An earmark doesn’t require politicians to examine and weigh relative priorities or to hold public hearings. It doesn’t require any human beings at all. It could be, and in fact is,... Read more »
With new technology, new knowledge and new problems, it’s critical lawmakers take the time to renew our criminal justice system for the 21st century. Read more »
Critics of the agreement with Iran concerning its nuclear program are right about most things but wrong about the most important things. Read more »
Great sacrifices have been made throughout history to continue the rituals that enable individuals to remember who they are and what they belong to. Read more »
Among our problems is a failure of economic language. We lack the words and concepts to describe observable reality. Read more »
If you cannot settle the Christmas Day transition, imagine letting go of Christmas Eve and Day each year in the name of peace for your child. Imagine developing your own ritual of celebrating... Read more »
Some students – and their parents – either have no ambition for a future beyond high school or they are not considering that the things they post online can have an impact on it. Read more »
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